Since starting 10Ks again I haven’t had many chances to get shots from Deer Lake Brook bridge lately, but thanks to being out of shape and only managing a 5K today, I did! Summer is definitely over.
Fall colors along the Brunette River. The best thing about fall, really. Admittedly, my “good things about fall” list is pretty short:
- Pretty fall colors on trees
- Thanksgiving, too, I guess
Cheating slightly, as I took this yesterday. The weather was about the same, though! This is looking toward Burnaby Lake from atop Cariboo Dam. As you might guess, it’s not a very tall dam.
Berries in Burnaby.
Ye olde Burnaby Lake. Despite the sky, it was actually quite pleasant out.
Aptly named Still Creek, at Burnaby Lake Regional Park.
I am back from a week of camping and here’s a picture taken yesterday as we stored away the trailer at the Far Out Ranch in Dogwood Valley, about 10 km outside Hope. You can’t tell, but it was up past 30ºC at this point and I was melting.
Another photo from the walk around the Stanley Park seawall today, this is a shot of trees and ex-trees along the cliffs above the seawall.
Burnaby Lake, seen from the bridge on Deer Lake Brook. The lily pads are clearly asserting their summer-long domination now.
Burnaby Lake, as seen from the bridge on Deer Lake Brook.
Green leaves on the river.
Skunk cabbage at Burnaby Lake. Kind of pretty, very stinky. Well-named.